To help familiarize our website’s visitors with Filipino food in an easy way, we’ve drawn up a simple list of a few Philippine dishes and foodstuff commonly eaten in the Philippines. We’re still working on adding more pronunciation audio and photos. Remember to check back soon! 🙂
: pork or chicken marinated in soy sauce and vinegar
: duck egg with a developed embryo
Continue reading “Popular Filipino Dishes”
Prepare 12 different kinds of fruits for New Year’s Eve to usher in a prosperous 2017. The rounder the fruits, the better! Top pick: ubas (grapes)
The Tagalog word for ‘fruit’ is prutas, from the Spanish plural frutas.
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Fishball sauce for the fishballs. Lechon kawali needs that Mang Tomas sauce. Slather fried chicken with banana ketchup.
And of course bagoong with green mangoes, the oxtail peanut stew kare-kare, or pinakbet. We even recommend you eat jicama with bagoong instead of plain rock salt.
Learn how to say in Tagalog the different condiments used in Philippine cuisine.
Continue reading “Filipino Condiments”
The Tagalog word for ‘to drink’ is inom.
Continue reading “INUMIN: Drinks in Tagalog”
The Tagalog word for ‘meat’ is karne from the Spanish carne.
Continue reading ““Meat” in Tagalog is “Karne” – Listen!”
Continue reading “Seafood in Tagalog”
LISTEN TO FOOD TERMS
a dish to go with rice
the taste of food
The slang word for ‘food’ is tsibog.